On 23 Aasar 2074 (7th July 2017) we the Nepalese people have been going to celebrate the 71th auspicious birthday of King Gyanendra at Nirmal Niwas to extend the best wishes to the King Gyanendra. Since 2006, Nepal is in dangerous position and the condition of the country is very bad. Since 2006, we Nepalese people are passing the worst time without the guardianship of monarchy. In the hint of the Indian and American interest, the culprit party leaders of Maoist, Congress and UML declared republican system-2008. How could they establish sovereignty just by removing monarchy without any logical and rationale reasons? This would only be a 'Herculean Attempt' without any logic and even absurd. 'King Gyanendra Shah was forced to quit the throne through the alien backed Peoples’ Uprising 2006 and then, the king Gyanendra had voluntarily left the Narayanhiti Royal Palace.
In 2001, NC handed over the government to the King Gyanendra. The party had to submit their government to the king in accordance with the 1990 constitution due to internal power-tussle between Girija and Sher Bahadur. It is mentioned in article 35 of the 1990 constitution- 'Nepal’s executive authority will lie with the king and the cabinet.' According to the constitution, the Prime Minister of Sher Bahadur Deuwa, the king handed the power back to the arrogant leaders of the political parties as per the 2006 agreement for peace and stability in the country. Later they came under foreign influence and betrayed the king to establish the secularism and republic setup. In such situation the king solemnly sacrificed his royal duties. Had the king decided to show his power and suppress the agitating parties they would not have stood a chance.
King Gyanendra knew well the source from where leaders like Girija, Madhav and the Maoists were being manipulated. The king sacrificed his throne thinking that such treacherous leaders could not possibly achieve anything under the guidance of India and America. The king was not willing to become a foreign puppet, and save the royal institution by killing the people participating in the uprising of the political leaders. He sacrificed the palace thinking that the people will one day decide the truth.
At that time the king already knew that India, America and the western countries were spending billions to implement the Free Tibet policy to disintegrate China. He knew the grand plan to declare Nepal secular and proclaim the country a republic. He also knew that secularism was a ruse to turn Nepal into a Christian state which would subsequently destroy Nepal’s Hindu and Buddhist identity. The amount invested by the western nations is being revealed. In such a dangerous situation the king had no other alternative than to leave his throne. It would be intelligent to back off and not confront criminals.
Now the situation has changed. The Nepalese people, tired of the acts of treason committed by the politicians, are raising unified voice from villages to cities in support of the royal institution. The Nepalese people rush towards him wherever he shows up and pour their grievances. King Gyanendra is sad to note all this. He is now compelled to speak the truth. King Gyanendra is not simply a king but represents patriotism. King Gyanendra said- ' The political situation in the country is not satisfactory and it caused the worry. All are not happy with the political situation in the country. We need to improve the situation in the country.'
Due to the traitors' regime, since 2006 we Nepalese people are suffering from the traitors-agents of RAW, EU and CIA who are destroying the unity and identities of Nepal. Nepalese democratic exercise faced the black period in between 2005-2017. During the period, Nepalese people tolerated the worst political practice made by corrupt leaders. The nation achieved the climaxed height of the lawlessness, theft, robbery, ransom and murders. The corruption is out of control. Now, Nepal is in danger position.
Nepal is a small country and on the south there is a big country with open border. There are about 800 million Hindus and Indian Hindus respect Nepal as a Hindu kingdom. This should be taken as a matter of pride for all Hindus. For security reasons also, Nepal has a big advantage by being a Hindu country & the birth place of Buddha. Even if one is a Christian or a Muslim, they should support to keep Nepal a Hindu nation. But the so-called big parties have made a great mistake by announcing Nepal as a secular and republic state.
Now it is a high time Nepal also should be careful to save her indigenous culture & traditions. If monarchy and the Hindu Kingdom will abolish from Nepal, Nepalese identities and Indian religious culture also can't secure. In India, there are the special rights of the Nepalese king for the various Dhams & Temples of India. Similarly, China also will divide in the name of free-Tibet. Secularism, republic and federalism are the agenda of CIA whose destination is not for Nepalese goodness. This is why China’s great leader Mao Ze Dong other Chinese leaders support the royal institution in Nepal for Nepal-China security. Including the Tibetan spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, who is a Nobel Peace Prize laureate and one of the most respected Buddhists worldwide supports the Nepalese monarchy. But the leaders of so-called big three party are following the agendas of foreigners and trying to dig up a well when there already is water in our rivers.
The permanent organization that can protect the nation and its identity is the royal institution. We need to coordinate and balance the Nepali nationality, royal institution and democracy, bring the prevalent corruption to an end and to focus on development of backward region and classes against the foreign intervention. We cannot go on supporting the mistakes of the corrupt leaders. No one can survive long by stepping on fire. Royal Institution is compulsion and necessity to establish the nation. History says that the monarchy is a symbol of Nepalese unity and nationality. In between the two big neighbors- China and India, the monarchy has been playing a balanced role. So, Nepalese monarchy is the most convincing identity of Nepal's independence and democracy. King Gyanendra is also a nationalist like king Mahendra who can stand with cause and effect on national scenarios.
Now, the country is standing on the verge of dismemberment in the last eleven years. When the relationship between the king and the people have been detached one can easily imagine, Nepal can't remain safe and unified if monarchy is actually abolished from the country. Now, the traitors are being active to blame the royal institution. The people are demanding- 'King come save the nation' without hesitation.
In a country with such geographical and ethnic diversities Nepal will fall into a severely dangerous situation because of the tug of war for power and money. This can be avoided if there is monarchy because monarchy is always impartial politically and of the political parties. All of us are against if there are anomalies within the royal institution, but those things could be sorted out through negotiation with the monarch. But, it is our unfortunate that the politicians have learnt no lesion from their past mistakes. To make no mistakes is not in the power of man, but from their errors and mistakes that wise and good learn wisdom for the future.
Due to the declaration of republic by the hints of RAW and CIA, Nepal is passing very worst situation. Susil Raj Pandey says- we are now the most corrupt country in South Asia and yet the leaders keep on blaming the past, which I don't know for what reason? Therefore the Chinese game plan of spending 4 billion $ in Lumbini comes as an eye-opener for everyone. They will not only make Buddha statues but also thousands of Chinese workers will be permanently settled in the Tarai just like in Africa nowadays. The western countries and India had probably thought that after the fall of the monarchy, the Chinese would be in a slippery wicket but now, the Chinese are in a far better position inside Nepal. Constitutionalism is the way of the nation. But the profounder of parties don't like the follow the norms of the constitution and existing laws. There is establishing the anarchism by such destructive activities. The leaders of Nepal Congress, UML, Maoists and other don't like to improve their mistakes.
Republic and Secularism is not Nepal's issue. In the context of the Palace properties which is is self understood that the royal institution is not king Gyanendra’s personal property but a common asset of all Nepalese people. As a sovereign Nepalese citizen king Gyanendra has full freedom to be concerned about the nation and give suggestions. If Nepal survives independently without royal institution then there is no need for anyone to worry about it. There are many nations without royal institution. But, in the context of Nepal, it will be suicidal to speak or take decisions on subjects of monarchy, language, religion and ethnicity without thorough study on Nepal’s sensitivity.
Why would there be a need of a King if Nepal can survive without it? But Nepal should not be compared to other nations. Monarch is Nepal’s alternate power. Nepal does not demand an autocratic royal institution but a pro-people institution. The institution of monarchy is such a force that fights off imperialist force to create a greater Nepal. The King of Nepal never sold the nation, pleaded before foreigners nor killed the people and will never do so. I wouldn’t have said so if I was a citizen of Japan, America or any other nation, I would have said that the nation will survive without the monarchy, but I am in Nepal. But in the context of Nepal, the geographical and class reality of Nepal is such, that the absence of monarchy would mean there will be no Nepal.
After the overthrow of the royal institution in 1958, Iraq plunged into a civil war among the Kurdish, Sunni and Siya Muslims. Thousands were killed in that holy land. What did Iraq gain? After Iran’s monarch -Reja Shah Pahalbi left his thrown in 1979, an Islamic revolution started during which thousands of Iranian people were killed. Iran fell into a religious dictatorship. In 1979 royal institution was removed in Afghanistan under Soviet pressure. Now the country is faced with a civil war and the Afghans are swimming in a pool of blood. In 1970 monarchy was removed in Cambodia, after which thousands of Cambodian people died under strict communist rule. In 1993 Cambodian people brought back their king Naroddam Simhanuk to the regime and peace prevailed.
In England monarchy was disposed in 1649 and reestablished in 1661. Spain’s monarch Alfonso III was disposed and Franco took the throne in 1969 after which Spain became stable. In many places monarchy has been reestablished after being disposed. The people’s major concern is to establish peace, good governance and independence in their nation. It is customary to impart a young prince lesson on subjects of nation’s independence, system of rule, and the interest of the people. Due to such lesson in childhood a king develops a special bond towards his royal duties. So, it is wise for us to study the situation before pointing a finger at king Gyanendra.
The monarchy is the alternative force of Nepal. A leader of NC, elder son of BP Koirala, the former minister Prakash Koirala says- 'Nepalese have understood that monarchy is inevitable for national independence, national unity, peace and security. The royal institution is the only one that is independent. Nepalese stability is vital for our neighbors. The leaders have lost confidence of the people.' We Nepalese people no longer want the rule of the so called visionless larger party leaders. They have declared the new constitution imposing the secularism, republic and federalism which is suicidal to implement in this Hindu and Buddha land.
Now, the only way would be the acceptance and restoration of benevolent and people-oriented monarchy with Hindu kingdom to keep intact the Nepal's sovereignty and its prestigious identities. So, on the auspicious 71th Birthday of King Gyanendra we should demand to restore the constitutional monarchy for the goodness of Nepal.